The list of games that Sony offers to PlayStation Plus members free of charge every month has been officially announced.
Sony Interactive Entertainment, during June 2021 Playstation plus free games to offer to subscribers announced. Three different games await PS4 and PS5 owners on next month’s list. Star Wars: Squadrons (PlayStation 4 & PlayStation 5) and Operation: Tango (PlayStation 5), which will be available for download starting Tuesday, June 1, are until Monday, July 5, and Virtua Fighter 5: Ultimate Showdown (PlayStation 4 & PlayStation 5) on August 2. It will be open to PlayStation Plus members until Monday. Among these games, Virtua Fighter 5: Ultimate Showdown will be remembered from the PlayStation 3 era. This game, which is a remake version, will be presented to PlayStation Plus members on the release day. In the meantime, if anyone has not added May’s games to their library, let’s remind Battlefield V, Stranded Deep and Wreckfest: Drive Hard Die Last before the end of the month.
Three different games await PlayStation Plus subscribers in June
Star Wars: Squadrons (PS4 & PS5)
You’ll master the art of starfighter warfare with the authentic piloting experience in Star Wars: Squadrons. Participating pilots will take part in strategic 5v5 space battles, moving from both the New Republic and Imperial fleets to the cockpits of starfighters. As a team, the pilots will achieve victory by completing tactical missions on familiar and never-before-seen battlefields such as the gas giant Yavin Prime and the fragmented Galitan satellite.
Operation: Tango (PS5)
Operation: Tango is a collaborative adventure game with an espionage theme. It challenges you and your friend to complete dangerous missions in various parts of a high-tech world in the near future. As a special team of two, you and your partner will become agents and hackers, working together to infiltrate, investigate and eliminate the forces that threaten the free world.
Virtua Fighter 5: Ultimate Showdown (PS4 & PS5)
Sega’s iconic fighting game has been re-developed for the next generation by Yakuza and Judgment developer Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio. New online features like custom tournaments with support for up to 16 players and live streaming are returning with classic modes like Rank Match, Arcade, and Training to deliver an enhanced Virtua Fighter experience.